Psychological wellbeing

  • Internal programs and support services

    Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

    A free, independent and confidential counselling and support service. Available to all CSU employees and their immediate families.

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    Managers' Hotline

    Phone the EAP on 1300 361 008 and ask for the Managers' Hotline. The EAP can helping you address issues early and provide access to useful HR resources.

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    Work/life balance

    Improve the balance between career and personal commitments.

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  • External programs and support services

    Developing a self-care plan

    A self-care plan can help you enhance your health and wellbeing, manage your stress, and maintain professionalism as a worker with young people. Learn to identify activities and practices that support your wellbeing as a professional and help you to sustain positive self-care in the long-term.

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    Wellness eBook

    A useful resource from the Health Project

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    Stuck in a rut

    7 simple steps to changing your life.

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    Black Dog Institute

    Improving the lives of people affected by mood disorders.

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    Beyondblue

    Addressing issues associated with depression, anxiety and related disorders in Australia.

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    Lifeline

    Access to crisis support, suicide prevention and mental health support services.

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    Headspace Bathurst

    A free service for people aged 12 to 25 years, where you can access a wide variety of health professionals.

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    Davo's Man Therapy

    A toolkit for men, providing strategies to protect your wellbeing. A guide to when you need professional treatment or support.

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    E-couch

    An interactive self-help program addressing depression, anxiety, relationship breakdown, loss and grief.

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    MoodGYM

    A free cognitive behavior therapy self-help program. Teaching skills to people vulnerable to depression and anxiety.

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    Smiling Mind

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